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Who We Are

Teaching in small groups or in a one to one atmosphere can help to propel a child’s confidence and educational skills to new heights. Making an impact on students and instilling the necessary tools for success can bloom large growth all throughout a child’s educational journey. Unfortunately, so many children get shuffled through schooling without mastering the skills that are needed to build upon and move on. Here at T2, we hope to change that outlook and move children and families into the growth mindset of “What can’t my child learn?” versus “What is wrong with my child and why can’t I help?”

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Emily Termotto

Owner and Operator

A true Bluffton native, I moved away for college to attend The University of South Carolina in Columbia and pursue a triple major in International Relations, European Studies, and Spanish. After realizing that this was not where my heart was, I attended Liberty University, where I graduated with degrees in Interdisciplinary Special Education k-12, with minors in both Autism and Psychology.  
 
I worked for the Lexington One public school district for four years, where I worked as a Certified Registered Behavior Technician (non-active, expired) for Applied Behavior Analysis through the BACB. In 2019, I made the move back to Bluffton to be closer to my family and to take a teaching job at a local private school, where I taught kindergarten for two years, fourth grade, and served as the athletic director. I am currently furthering my education with a master’s degree in Applied Developmental Psychology and literacy training through Orton-Gillingham. 
 
Over the past year, I made the mental transition to move out of the classroom and with the support of my fiancé, future step-children, my parents, friends, and some other wonderful teachers, my dream has come to fruition! 
 
We can’t wait to work with you here at T2!

Susan Hudgins

Hi there! My name is Susan Hudgins. I grew up in New Jersey and moved to Bluffton in 2004. I earned a B.A. in Mathematics from Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, and shortly after started at the University of South Carolina where I earned my master’s in education. Over the years I have taught a wide range of ages— from 1st all the way to 7th grade.

I have a daughter, Sadie Jane, who will be entering 7th grade. We have a house of chaos that includes 2 dogs (Liberty and Bruiser) and 2 cats (Phoenix and Tigger) and a fish (Nemo).

I am excited to help your child gain understanding and confidence in math and reading!

How it Works

How can students/parents book a session?

Add form here and calendly

What materials should they bring?

Any technology, assignment, instruction from teachers and whatever they are working on in class.

Where would the sessions take place?

337 Buckwalter Place Blvd. Suite 202. Bluffton, SC 29910

Will there be resources provided?

We can provide resources, depending on a student’s needs, such as extra practice work for tutoring sessions. However, students should bring their own materials for Homework Help sessions.

How and when will the parents pay for the session?

Parents or guardians can pay at the time of session or pre-pay either online or in person. Payment is due at the time of service.